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Joicy Carvalho
Soprano


🇧🇷 Goiânia/Goiás

Academic education:

Technology Music Course • Qualification: Lyrical Singing
Federal Institute of Goias
2013/2016
Bachelor of Singing
Federal University of Goias
2017/2022
Experience:

Choir of the Federal Institute of Goiás
Choralist - Soprano
2013/2016
Chamber Choir of the Federal University of Goiás
Choralist – Soprano
2017/2022
(Maestro: Ângelo Dias)
Erika Vilela School of Music
Singing Teacher
2019/2019
Youth Symphonic Choir of Goiás
Choralist and Soloist - Soprano
2015/Current Period
(Maestro: Weber Assis)
Symphonic Choir of Goiânia
Choralist and Soloist – Soprano
2018/Current Period
Additional Information:

In 2015, she joined the Choir of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the State of Goiás, and sang as soprano soloist in the Mass no 2 in G major by Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828), conducted by Weber Assis. Participated in the 1st Opera Festival of Goiânia, as soloist in the Operetta “A Noiva do Condutor”, by Noel Rosa (1910 - 1937), playing the role of a radio singer. At the festival. In 2018, she performs with the Youth Symphony Choir of Goiás in an european tour, singing works from the Brazilian choir repertoire. Joined as a professional singer the naipe of sopranos in the Choir of the Goiania Symphony Orchestra, where she acquires experience with the choral Symphonic repertoire, and also performed as soloist with the Symphony Orchestra in works such as “Dixit Dominus” and “Messiah” by Georg Friedrich Handel (1685 - 1759). In 2019 participates in the second Opera Festival of Goiânia in the role of Amahl in the operetta “Amahl and Night Visitors” (Menotti). In 2022, she sung the role of Seraphim in Beethoven's Oratory “Christ on the Mount of Olives”. Performed the L’elisir d’amore by Gaetano Donizetti (1797 - 1848) with the Goiânia Symphony Orchestra and Choir, playing Adina’s role. In the same year, She won the Young Soloist championship of Goiânia.



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